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    Dover, Kent.

    GV. The Barons of the Cinque Ports and Mayors and other representatives walking down in procession from Dover Castle, & SV. & LV. & CU. SV. Sir Robert Menzies, Former Prime Minster of Australia, getting out of car on arrival to Castle and being greeted by the Deputy Constable of the Castle, Major General Wyldbore-Smith. Sir Robert Menzies is new Lord Warden. CU. Key of the castle on cushion. SV. The key on the cushion being handed to Sir Robert Menzies to touch, he does so. GV. The Marines band marching into the college close. SV. College boys waving their straw boaters. SV. Sir Robert Menzies' car driving through two lanes of cheering college boys. SV. College boys cheering. SV. Sir. Robert Menzies standing beside his car after having arrived at college close. SV. Pan, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Ramsey, arriving on the green. GV. Robert Menzies walking onto dais for the Royal Marines Guard of Honour and salute. SV. Royal Marines Guard of Honour. SV. Sir Robert Menzies on dais taking salute. SV. Royal Marines present arms, & GV. SV. Sir Robert Menzies walking towards camera to inspect Royal Marines. CU. Field Marshal Slim. SV. Sir Robert Menzies inspecting Guard of Honour. CU. Pan, Sir Robert Menzies inspecting the Guard of Honour. SV. Lord Warden's flag flying. SV. Winston Churchill and Mrs Churchill walking down street between cheering crowds when he was made Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports about twenty years ago. LV. Sir Robert Menzies walking down street in procession headed by two pipers. SV. Pan Robert Menzies walking down street.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:33:34:00 / 01:35:27:00
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  • Appears in...

    Religion & Politics
    Australia Prime Ministers Australia Prime Ministers
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    0:01 0:02 0:03 0:04

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